Article Archive for August 2012
Echoes of Arthur Miller, Nicholas Ray, and George Stevens?
“The movie she was born to make.”
“Gritty, gripping and unrelentingly intense” vs. “likely a rental at best.”
A director talks about cinema history, personal philosophy and his road-trip ad lib through Mexico as WHAT IS THIS FILM CALLED LOVE? touches down at the Telluride Film Festival.
Plus, honors for David Lynch and Tom Tykwer and more news of the day.
The opening day shutdown of the 9th Beijing Independent Film Festival led to a bizarre week of off-screen scrambles as audiences and festival staff attempted to stay one step ahead of the law.
“An enthralling, exquisitely layered masterpiece of memoir.”
“Ultimately, heavy-handed is the operative word.”
Avant-garde films advance up the charts in Sight & Sound’s ‘Greatest Films of All Time’ poll.
Early reviews tell us that Kurosawa’s TV mini-series maintains a “sense of creeping dread” over five episodes.